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New Orleans: 10 Years After Hurricane Katrina, an Uneven Recovery

Street art, New Orleans. Photo by Jon Sobel

While residents' attitudes have turned positive on average, great racial and neighborhood disparities remain. Read More »

Reader Giveaway: Win Dee Dee Bridgewater’s New Orleans Tribute Album Marking Hurricane Katrina’s 10th Anniversary

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Recorded with trumpeter Irvin Mayfield and the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra, 'Dee Dee's Feathers' guest-stars Dr. John and other greats. Read More »

Interview: ‘Sleepy Hollow’ Star Tom Mison Talks New Direction


"Sleepy Hollow" star Tom Mison chats with Blogcritics about his character and the remainder of season two. Read More »

‘Sleepy Hollow': Fans Weigh in on Season Two

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Last season Sleepy Hollow  was FOX’s hit of the year, garnering staggering ratings in its freshman year, as 24 had in 2001.  It was such a success, that the network immediately gave the green light for season two after only airing three episodes! A story of two witnesses coming together to stop the Apocalypse kept the audience captivated, in a ... Read More »

TV Review: ‘Sleepy Hollow’- ‘Weeping Lady’


A fair maiden's crush, a jealous jilted ex and yet another secret discovered! This week's Sleepy Hollow delivers another beautifully crafted chapter. Read More »

TV Preview: “Sleepy Hollow”- Always Halloween In ‘World of Sleepy’


Sleepy Hollow's sophomore year has begun its' thrill ride, captivating Sleepy Heads worldwide! Read More »

‘Sleepy Hollow’ Exceeds Expectations in Season Two Premiere

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Spoilers ahoy: tonight is the season two premiere of "Sleepy Hollow" and Blogcritics has the scoop! Read More »

Book Review: ‘ Katrina and Winter: Partners in Courage’ by Nancy Stewart


A girl learns to not allow her birth defect stop her from becoming who she is destined to become. Read More »

Book Review: The Gorilla Man and the Empress of Steak: A New Orleans Family Memoir by Randy Fertel

New Orleans story, featuring the distinctive characters, color, food, and history of that city — before Hurricane Katrina and after. Read More »

Book Review: Katrina: A Freight Train Screamin’ by Cary Black

American determination and heroism at its best. Read More »